Tottenham Hotspur are one of the biggest clubs in the Premier League and their games always attract a huge audience when they are broadcast on television or online streaming services.
Spurs have won plenty of silverware during their history, although the league championship has eluded them since 1961.
The North London club have fans based all over the world, meaning that they are one of the most-watched teams on television and live online streams.
Geographical restrictions and rights issues sometimes prove to be problematical, leaving fans to miss out if they are unable to access the live broadcast of a game.
However, live streaming services on desktop and mobile devices allow Spurs supporters to follow all the action throughout the season.
Watching Spurs matches live is easier than ever, so read on as we point you in the direction of the best ways to access their games online.
Watch Tottenham Hotspur Live Online
There are a variety of ways you can watch live streams of Spurs games. The best of these are as follows:
If you are a Sky TV subscriber and Sky Sports is included in your package, you can watch live Spurs matches at no extra cost via the Sky Go app on either desktop and mobile.
All eight Sky Sports channels are currently available for £23 per month (Sky Signature required, 18-month minimum term, set-up is £20).
If you don’t wish to take out a Sky Sports subscription, the company offers the flexible option of daily or monthly passes via NOW TV.
Subscribers can watch on television, online and streaming on the BT Sport app, which is available to download on mobiles, tablets, smart TVs and games consoles.
If you don’t want to take out a BT Sport subscription, which start at £15 per month, the company offers the option of a monthly pass which can be purchased contract-free.
Amazon will exclusively broadcast two full game weeks during December, as well as two further games to be decided at a later date.
Fans can watch all the action via the Prime Video app on iOS and Android smartphones, tablets or selected Smart TVs.
An Amazon Prime subscription costs £79 per year and gives Spurs fans access to a wide range of other TV shows and movies.
Users can watch Spurs games live online through fuboTV – a legal, licensed, ad-free way to watch football streams.
Prices vary based on your plan and selected add-ons, with the most popular plan offering more than 100 channels at $55 per month.
fuboTV is available on the web or via dedicated apps for Android, iOS, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast and Roku devices.
beIN SPORTS markets itself as ‘The Biggest Show’ and their live streaming service certainly lives up to that lofty claim.
The network broadcasts live games and highlights from the Premier League throughout the season, in addition to covering other major leagues around the world.
Fans can catch every minute of the action via the beIN SPORTS CONNECT live streaming platform, which is available via website or app.
Live Streaming VPN
In certain regions, broadcasters use geo-blocking software to prevent people from accessing live football streams.
Utilising the services of a Virtual Private Network (VPN) can open the door to coverage of Spurs games from other jurisdictions.
ExpressVPN is the leading provider of VPN services currently available in the market and is easy to set-up on numerous devices such as Smart TVs, Fire TV Stick, PC, Mac, iOS and Android devices.
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